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    • Enhancing Historic Building Performance with the Use of Fuzzy Inference System to Control the Electric Cooling System 

      Martinez-Molina, Antonio; Alamaniotis, Miltiadis (Sustainability;Volume 12, Issue 14, 7/21/2020)
      In recent years, the interest in properly conditioning the indoor environment of historic buildings has increased significantly. However, maintaining a suitable environment for building and artwork preservation while keeping ...
    • Ignite 

      Estrada, Angel; Maredia, Simran (2020-12-08)
      We chose to base our design off of personal issues and the emotional rollercoaster that the entire world has been going through. We read over the poem, “The Burning” and we loved how it explored emotions at a deeper and ...
    • In Time: A Performance Pavilion for Reconnecting and Sharing Experience 

      O'Leary, Janay Blancarte; Estrada, Guadalupe (2020-12-11)
      This space was designed by Janay Blancarte O'Leary and Guadalupe Estrada, This performance pavilion is a meeting place that encourages congregation and socialization, and it promotes health both in body and mind through ...
    • New Mobility Study: Considerations for the UTSA Downtown Campus and Community 

      Alobaidli, Amina; Bastoni, Matthew; Eng, Genesis; Escalera-Ibarra, Veronica; Griffin, Greg; Hernandez, Christopher; Herrera, Jose Antonio; Malone, Justin; Nuri, Stori; Pena, Gilbert Jr.; Sestak, Jacob; Spencer, Eron (12/10/2019)
      This New Mobility Study addresses rapid technological changes in transportation and communication technology, tailored to the context of downtown San Antonio. Graduate students at the University of Texas at San Antonio in ...
    • Personal Bubble 

      Ortiz, Christian; Divina, Noreena (2020-12-12)
      The project's purpose is to make an outside theater dedicated to the comfortability of an individual and the focus on how to make the theater's sound performance high quality. It also follows our current situation on regards ...
    • Personal Issues 

      Rocha, Alexandra; Gonzalez, Lorena (2020-12-10)
      Conceptual performance space regarding the effect of personal issues during the 2020 Pandemic.
    • Personal Pathways Theater 

      Cantu, Dagoberto (2020-12-12)
      My partner and I designed this performance area based on a poem named, "The Disturbance". Several key words and phrases in the poem gave us the ideas we needed to start our project. One key phrases in the poem that helped ...
    • A Play of Light and Shadow 

      Broyles, Michael; Gonzalez, Victoria (2020-12-11)
      Through the act of self-reflection performed throughout these moments of isolation we may still find the opportunity for positivity and hopeful possibility. This project will seek to exemplify these struggles within the ...
    • Review: An Introduction to Fully Integrated Mixed Methods Research, by Creamer, Elizabeth G 

      Griffin, Greg; Spencer, Eron (Journal of Planning Education and Research;, 3/23/2021)
      If complexity and interdisciplinarity are crucial challenges for urban planning research, our field should build more sophisticated approaches to understanding problems. An Introduction to Fully Mixed Methods Research ...
    • San Antonio 360: The Rise and Decline of the Concentric City 1890–2010 

      Caine, Ian; Walter, Rebecca; Foote, Nathan (4/19/2017)
      This paper catalogs the suburban expansion of San Antonio, Texas by decade between the years 1890 and 2009, a time frame that saw the city reorganize its morphological structure four times. The city inhabited a 36-square ...
    • Spontaneous Cities: Lessons to Improve Planning for Housing 

      Salingaros, Nikos Angelos (Land;10(5), 5/19/2021)
      The world can learn two key lessons from spontaneous settlements: (i) design so as to adapt to human biology; and (ii) design to save energy. Timeless processes of urban growth and sustainability have forced societies to ...
    • The Importance of Domestic Space in the Times of COVID-19 

      Aresta, Marco; Salingaros, Nikos A. (10/19/2021)
      This essay discusses a deep malaise of contemporary architecture, made more obvious by experiencing COVID-19 lockdowns for several months. Evidence-based arguments urge society to improve human health and well-being by ...
    • Theatre Design 

      Alobaidli, Amina (2020-12-11)
      As human beings we must be flexible in order to adapt to this sudden change that has been brought on by COVID-19. The emotions brought on by this ongoing reality are reflected in the design of this performance space. The ...
    • The Third Planet 

      Hanson, Stuart (2020-12-11)
      Problems that we face as global citizens that 2020 has brought to light. Our goal is to create a space where these Global Issue Topics are displayed to the public to bring awareness of the issues that normally are ignored ...
    • Visual Attention Software: A New Tool for Understanding the “Subliminal” Experience of the Built Environment 

      Lavdas, Alexandros A.; Salingaros, Nikos A.; Sussman, Ann (2021-07-04)
      Eye-tracking technology is a biometric tool that has found many commercial and research applications. The recent advent of affordable wearable sensors has considerably expanded the range of these possibilities to fields ...